Thu, May 6
I wish to start working on this.
Can someone please guide me through?
Mon, May 3
Sun, May 2
For the Relevant Projects section in the Outreachy Final application, what all sorts of projects can we put? I mean which concepts of Python should they emphasize more on?
Wed, Apr 28
You tell me! :-) You may want to include both on Wikidata, or get your code to skip that article
Hey @Mike_Peel @MSGJ , for the Category:The Interviews name ID not in Wikidata, what do we add as an ID for pages which where 2 or more such IDs are possible, and they've already been added to individual pages. For instance, for Glen and Les Charles, the individual wikidata pages have their correct IDs already added, and the Category:The Interviews name ID not in Wikidata page has not mentioned the individual pages.
Sun, Apr 25
Hey everyone, I'm going to be working with Category:TED talk template with ID not in Wikidata.
Wed, Apr 21
Thu, Apr 15
@Srishti0gupta thanks a ton! It worked.
Apr 14 2021
@Srishti0gupta thank you, but it still isn't working. The terminal is not even showing any error, it's successfully passing the test (although there seems to be no sleep time for this as well, which I do think is an indication of not being saved online). I've tried to add a source on a couple of wikidata pages, but still no results. Also, I tried copy pasting the tutorial's code, and it doesn't work as well.
Apr 13 2021
Hey everyone, I'm unable to add source(s) to the Wikidata Sandbox for both-- pre-existing properties and the new ones that I'm adding as a statement.
Apr 12 2021
Apr 5 2021
Parse through the article text to extract the statements you manually found in Task 1. Use whichever tool you would like for this (e.g., 're', or searching for template parameter names in the infobox, etc.).
Apr 3 2021
Hi @Mike_Peel, this is my Task 2 page, https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/User:Poornima7/Outreachy_2
Apr 1 2021
Hey @Mike_Peel and everyone, this is my Wikidata page for task-1 : https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/User:Poornima7/Outreachy_1 .
Mar 31 2021
@Mike_Peel for task-1, say I take up books, then do we have to explore 15-20 properties of EACH book that we choose, or in all (say 6 books) it should add up to that?